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it hasn't been done unanimously. if you'd done this with brown versus the board of education, you'd still have segregated schools in alabama. you can't put that on a ballot. these judges need to decide whether it's a constitutional right, not state by state. >> do you think this is a constitutional right? do you think it's a 14th amendment issue, or do you think this is about an individual? is this an issue about individual rights and expanding them under the constitution, or is this an important social and cultural issue which is evolving, which is changing? >> marriage itself -- it's a little bit of both, and i'll tell you why. marriage itself has always been in the province of the states. in all kinds of relationships like that -- marriage, divorce, child custody, for example -- and usually under the states' police powers, by and large. there's a reason why this worked. when this debate started, when prop 8 was put on the ballot in california, the gay marriage rights lobby was losing, the traditional marriage lobby were losing state after state in many of the constitutions by the simpl
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